Yukihiro Miyota

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INTRODUCTION A SAR-probe is usually calibrated using a rectangular waveguide with a matching dielectric spacer below 3 GHz [1, 2]. However, the probe diameter is comparable with the aperture size of the waveguide above 3 GHz, and it can deteriorate the accuracy of the calibration. Therefore, an alternative calibration method using a reference antenna in the(More)
Assay on a high-quality microtiter plate was found to allow for quantitative analysis of bacterial serine protease, subtilisin BPN', and its mutant enzymes which had been genetically engineered to be adapted to low-temperatures (Taguchi et al., 1998. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 64, 492-495), by using polyclonal antibody against subtilisin BPN'. The use of(More)
In standard procedures for compliance tests of cellular phones, it is required to evaluate the uncertainties of specific absorption rate (SAR) measurement. Some of the most important uncertainty factors were investigated in this study. Several types of SAR probes were calibrated. Uncertainties of the calibration factors due to deviations in the electrical(More)
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